Mark Steines Cooks
Mark is in the kitchen today preparing the perfect dish for Valentine’s Day, pop hearts, using any kind of puff pastry you desire. When done sealing the jam in the pastry, use egg wash to keep the jam from spilling out. While baking, rotate the pan halfway through to make sure you evenly cook the pop hearts.
Brian Bird and Michelle Cox
Authors Brian Bird and Michelle Cox talk about their new book, “When God Calls the Heart: Devotions from Hope Valley.” The two also share photos from their visits to the “When Calls the Heart” set, including photos with the cast. There is also a “When God Calls the Heart: Journal” that accompanies the book, as a way to keep track of your personal devotions.
“You’re My Rock” Bracelets
Paige Hemmis has a DIY that is perfect for that "rock" in your life. All you really need is a round agate rock, jump rings, jewelry pliers, clasp and a strip of leather or chain.
Get more from Paige at PaigeHemmis.com
Singer/songwriter Lee Dewyze hits the Home & Family stage to sing his song, “The Breakdown.” The season nine “American Idol” winner also talks about his new album “Paranoia.”
Au Fudge restaurant chef Kris Morningstar is in the Home & Family kitchen making a burger benedict. He makes his own béarnaise sauce to go with the dish using a mixture of champagne vinegar, peppercorns, shallots and tarragon. An extra tip is using butter to keep the béarnaise from breaking on the burger.
Multiply Your Rose Plants
Shirley Bovshow is celebrating the upcoming premiere of Hallmark Channel’s “Very, Very, Valentine,” this Saturday by showing you how to multiply your roses using your mother rose plant. Before planting your rose plants, make sure you have clean pruners, a rooting hormone, small pots, potting soil, plastic water bottle and vase.
Get more information from Shirley at EdenMakers.com
15:17 to Paris
Actors Anthony Sadler, Alec Skarlatos and Spencer Stone sit down with Mark and Debbie to talk about their movie, the Clint Eastwood-directed “15:17 to Paris,” the story is based on three Americans who discover a terrorist attack aboard a train while in France. The movie is currently playing at a theater near you.
DIY Hardware Christmas Tree
Ken Wingard is keeping Christmas going year round with this DIY hardware Christmas tree using random materials like wood board, hinges, a star, knob, white paint and glue. Instead of buying materials for this DIY, he recommends scouring antique stores, garage sales and Craig’s List.
Celebrity event and wedding planner is introducing you to some hot wedding trends and talking about his wedding planning webisodes.
Simple Sewing Tricks
Orly Shani is giving you some easy-to-follow sewing tips for those hoping to learn at home.